Research Study - Doctoral Program on Leadership:
Joe Konopka is a doctoral student at Northcentral University in Arizona.
He is conducting a research study as part of a PhD program in leadership.
The purpose of this study is to review a possible relationship between certain
forms of leadership and project results. This information will be used
to help business leaders understand behaviors. The understanding may
lead to improved project results. This research is part of his doctoral
degree. If you are willing to participate, please click the link below.
After you click on the link, more information will be given. Thank
The research survey is open until Monday, March 1.
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